Saturday, May 18 / 3:30pm–4:30pm Sunday, May 19 / 3:30pm–4:30pm Monday, May 20 / 3:30pm–4:30pm
Drawing inspiration from their hometown of Iqaluit, Nunavut, The Jerry Cans blend traditional Inuit throat singing with Inuktitut language roots-rock, adding a bit of Celtic punk to the mix to shake things up. Celebrate the May long weekend with a true-North concert that feels like a party!
May 18–20, 2019
Lemon Bucket Orkestra
Saturday, May 18 / 1:45pm–2:45pm Sunday, May 19 / 1:45pm–2:45pm Monday, May 20 / 1:45pm–2:45pm
Stage in the Round
Don’t miss Toronto’s original guerrilla-folk music ensemble. The self-described Balkan-Klezmer-Gypsy-Party-Punk Super Band will have the entire family up on their feet with infectious music and energy.
May 18, 2019
Junior Concert Series – Sistema Toronto Senior Orchestra
Saturday, May 18 / 12pm–12:30pm
Sistema Toronto provides musical and intellectual opportunities to 275 children living in vulnerable communities, with the goal of transformative social change. They build stronger communities by enabling at-risk children to overcome poverty, grow, and thrive as engaged citizens and future leaders. This performance will feature the Sistema Toronto Senior Orchestra led by Cuban percussionist and educator Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo.
May 19, 2019
Junior Concert Series – Make Me A Song
The Musical Stage Company & Regent Park School of Music
Sunday, May 19 / 11:30am–12:30pm
Make Me A Song is a collaborative program between The Musical Stage Company & Regent Park School of Music. Each year, the choir performs a public premiere of eight original songs created with Canadian musical theatre composer-lyricists for the Regent Park School of Music’s choir.
May 20, 2019
Junior Concert Series – Everything is Copasetic: A Tap Celebration
Toffan Rhythm Projects
Monday, May 20 / 11:30am–12:30pm
To celebrate tap legend Bill “Bojangles” Robinson’s birthday, Toffan Rhythm Projects gathers local youth dancers to perform alongside Toronto’s finest professional tap dancers and musicians. Share in their unique perspectives in rhythm, traditional tap repertoire, and dig into the richly diverse and multi-generational vibrancy in tap today.